Jack Straw, They Love Each Other, CC Rider, Loser, Women Are Smarter-> Deal The Mighty Quinn-> Samson & Delilah, He's Gone-> Smokestack Lightning-> Comes A Time-> Drums-> The Other One-> Around & Around-> Good Lovin', E: It's All Over Now Baby Blue
Master Soundboard Cassette > CDR, disc 2 runs 74:25, CD Mastering by Scott Clugston
EAC'ed / SHN'ed by Scott Clugston, posted to abgd via Charlie Connor
February 9, 2020 Subject:
Hey Now Scott!!!
Howdy from an old taper friend! Just wanted to thank you for taking the time to help a little greenhorn so many years ago...back in those Dupree's Diamond pre-internet tradin' days. It's always really cool seeing your name tied to so many masters' notes all these years later. Especially those old Philly "Wrekked-Em" shows :-D Be Well Brother.
"Alabama" Ryan Porter
March 31, 2008 Subject:
November 9, 2005 Subject:
Beginnings of a spacey year
This is one Powerful performance. Jack Straw twists and pulls. The Mighty Quinn is clearly defined followed by a solid punchy Samson often times this song iis either played too fast with Jer playing distorted fan notes or it simply doesnt have the gusto to go. This version pounds like King Kong. Bob Weir roars like Godzilla in what I think is one of the best Brent-era Smokestacks. The Other One is a storm. Comes a Time is tender. 5 for performance and 4.5 for sound. My favorite HJK run.
February 8, 2005 Subject:
The Other One
I love the way the other one begins. After the first chorus it sort of slides downhill, but still a great version. Rest of the show is alright. Hearing Bobby sing smokestack is like spitting on Pigs grave. Quinn's pretty good!
January 3, 2005 Subject:
Attended this run of shows including Mardi Gras. This was the best night of the 4 (5 including Valentines Day).
Basically pure psychodelia on this night, with the classic mid-80's He's>Smoke>Comes a time, followed by the 40 foot dragon dancing through the crowd, and erupting into a thrashing Other One (fans of this tune should take notice). 4 out of 5 stars with 1 deducted for the shortness of the show (only 74 mins second set., 6 song first set)